CELEBRATE SAUGEEN SHORES DRAW
Send your pictures with a short caption telling us why you love Saugeen Shores. We want to see beautiful sunsets, good news stories, local heroes or anything that makes you love Saugeen Shores. We will share entries on social media June 29th to July 3rd. All entries will be entered into a draw for $200 Chamber Bucks which can be used at a variety of local businesses. Submit your original photo, caption and name via the link below. By submitting an entry, you acknowledge your name, photo and caption may be posted on social media accounts operated by the SSCC. By submitting you acknowledge ownership of the photo and responsibility for any copyright infringement issues. Entries must be submitted by July 1, 2020. The draw winner will be announced on July 6, 2020.
Submission for the Celebrate Saugeen Shores Draw is now closed. Thank you to everyone who participated!
CANADA DAY KITS
Canada Day celebration kits will be available by donation. Kits will include paper Canada flags, temporary Canada Day tattoos and a colouring book. Thank you to the Southampton Arts Centre, OPG and MP Ben Lobb Member of Parliament Huron-Bruce for supplying kit materials. Proceeds from the kits will be donated to Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation. Kits will be available for pick up at 600 Tomlinson Dr, Town of Saugeen Shores Municipal Office, parking lot on June 30th from noon until 5:30 pm, or while supplies last.
DINNER IN THE DRIVEWAY
On July 1st, everyone in Saugeen Shores is invited to ‘Dinner in the Driveway’ starting at 5 pm. Just like it sounds, bring your dinner outdoors and share this fun experience with your neighbours, while maintaining a safe distance! Many of our local restaurants will be providing Canadian themed specials and take out options. Be sure to check with your favourite dining establishment for their offerings.
SINGING O CANADA
After dinner, we invite everyone to join in singing ‘O Canada’ at 7 pm. Lyrics and links to audio will be provided on the SSCC website and Facebook. Immediately following the singing of ‘O Canada’ we want everyone to make some noise to celebrate the hard work that frontline workers have put into keeping our community safe and healthy!